Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Ragi(Finger Millet), Green Mung, Black Chick Pea Sevai(String Hoppers/Noodles)

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Ragi/Finger Millet is one of the most nutritious and inexpensive food . This gluten free nutritious food is very easy  to digest right from infants to elderly people.  It is rich in calcium and protein and also have good amount of iron and other minerals. Ragi is a staple in my house but when something becomes staple, coming up with different varieties is mandatory to avoid boredom.  This is a very simple recipe but you need to have the special gadget to make the string hoppers. Paired with a side dish of veggies in coconut sauce, this makes a very filling and a complete balanced breakfast, lunch or dinner. So let us get on to this simple recipe.



Preparation Time – 15 Minutes

Cooking Time – 10-12 Minutes

Serves – 1 to 2



Ingredients



Ragi Flour – 6 oz

Green Mung Flour – 2 oz

Black chick pea flour – 2 oz

Salt – 1/2 Tsp or to your taste

Water – 20 oz

Coconut oil – 1 Tsp for greasing hands & greasing the idli mould



Method



1)  In a wide mouthed pan pour 20 oz of water and boil till the bubbles start coming.

2) Now add the salt and the flour little by little stirring using a thick ladle without forming any lumps.

3) Set this aside to cool.

4) Grease the idli mould and your hands with little oil and once the dough is little cold to handle. Place the dough in the string hopper mould(sevai padi) and squeeze it in the idli plates.

5) Steam cook for 10-12 minutes in medium heat and serve with some veggies in coconut sauce( I served with tomato kurma)





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31 comments:

Julie said...

Very healthy ragi noodles,never thought to prepare these!!

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faseela said...

healthy breakfast.....superb

jeyashrisuresh said...

healthy sevai and looking great

maha said...

this looks new n awesome..n very healthy too...so nice

Archana said...

Wow these look so attractive. I could just gobble them all up.

Aarthi said...

Yummy recipe..bookmarked

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Uma said...

I prepared ragi idiyappam lastweek but in a different way. I'll try to post next week. :-) love your healthy version.

Vimitha Anand said...

Such a healthy one for breakfast or dinner... Perfectly done

Anjali Bapna Shukla said...

This is mind-blowing!! I have never seen something like that ever. :)

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Reshmi Mahesh said...

Healthy and delicious recipe..

Hema said...

Using three kinds of flours is new and interesting..

Deepti said...

Wow! a healthy recipe indeed. Very nice way to incorporate all the three flours.

The Yogi Vegetarian said...

Thank you; a great new use for my sev maker...!And good to read a little about the nutritional qualities of the ragi too.

Pasta And Paratha said...

One hell of a healthy recipe !!

Sravs said...

Healthy and delicious !!

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Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious and healthy breakfast. love it

SouthIndianHome said...

Healthy and delicious recipe

Sobha Shyam said...

so healthy noodles, very innovative..

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Sobha Shyam said...

sure dear, u can send this to my event :)

Rekha shoban said...

very healthy and interesting one!

Charu Srivastava said...

such a healthy and beautiful dish...loved it !!!

Kaveri said...

I use ragi only in porridge, ragi sevai sounds very interesting..A very healthy and nutritious breakfast indeed

Deeps @ Naughty Curry said...

i had no idea u could make hoppers with raagi! this is so nutritious & healthy!

KR @ Edible Entertainment said...

This is such a cool recipe! Sevai is my favorite dish. I love the healthy version!
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Sumi said...

Lovely looking ragi noodles..Its so beautiful

Indulge said...

This reminds me of Idyyappam, my frnd used to make for us. Your post reminded me of my frnd who moved back to India for good.
Love Ash.

Chitra said...

Wow, it looks gr8. which mould u use , is it the usual one or the machine ?

Now Serving said...

Love Love Superlative love this dish - I buy this and have a recipe to go - have been preoccupied with so many other commitments :(
Thanks for posting and the reminder to me to post mine ; Looks delicious Sadhana :)

Pari said...

Ragi Idiyappams look intereting. Pls use the logo as that's mandatory for the event.

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Sravs said...

Thanks for linking to the event !!

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Sobha Shyam said...

dnt forget to send this to my event dear..jus a reminder :)..linky tool isn't working, so do drop a mail :)

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